By: cnmAdmin2030 | March 12, 2019

As a whole, the Bay Area has strong office leasing fundamentals, powered by years of consecutive job growth and high, consistent levels of institutional investment. However, the cream of the crop when it comes to office space is San Francisco; its reputation as a world class city and major financial and tech hub continues to spur competition among office tenants. With only seven square miles to spare — an even smaller portion of which is dedicated to commercial and office uses — real estate comes at a premium, and lease rates are high. A number of comparison reports compiled by brokerage firms active in the region, shows the levels of leasing across a broad spectrum of office spaces. The comparisons were compiled by CBRE, Newmark Knight Frank, Cushman & Wakefield, Avison Young and TRI Commercial, and they provide the companies’ best estimates into the leasing activity within the City. Dated from between November 2018 to February 2019, the reporting details what many of San Francisco’s companies are paying for space throughout the city.

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